Dogsled to Dorothy’s

Join the Museum and Hauling Dogs, LLC for a winter, wilderness adventure!

This trip is a GO as of Jan 13, 2022

Travel by dogsled from Moose Lake Landing up to Knife Lake and camp on the east end of the lake, near Dorothy’s Isle of Pines. This program is 95 percent outdoors with moderately strenuous activities, an emphasis on ice fishing.

There will be ample time for hunting those lake trout, exploring by snowshoe, socializing with others or the sled dogs (all are friendly!), or just relaxing. As a learning opportunity to understand what goes into a successful and comfortable winter camping trip, all participants are encouraged to participate in the various aspects of the experience as much or as little as they want.

Dates: Thursday, March 3 at 6:30pm through Sunday, March 6 at 3:00pm

FEE: Members pay $1,525, Non-members pay $1,695

General Itinerary
• 6:30pm: Meet for dinner (included) at local restaurant for introductions and discussion about trip
• Lodging on your own

• Breakfast on your own
• 9:00am: Meet at Moose Lake Landing to load up and depart by dogsled
• Appox 3-hour dogsled: Upon arrival, set-up camp and refuel with lunch
• Spend the afternoon as you wish! Dorothy’s experience wintering on Knife Lake and ice fishing is the main focus but participants are encouraged to make this trip their own. Snowshoeing around the Isle of Pines or elsewhere, exploring or simply relaxing are all options.
• Dinner
• Evening free

• Greet the day with a hearty breakfast and begin your day! Those who wish to hit the early bite are welcome to start fishing at any time.
• Daytime activities include but are not limited to: fishing, snowshoeing/exploring, an optional dogsled to Thunder Point (on Knife Lake), relaxing
• Trail lunch at any time
• Enjoy a filling dinner and spend the rest of the evening around a campfire, fishing the night-bite or simply relaxing

• Enjoy our last breakfast and get that last morning of fishing in
• Pack up, eat some grub and hit the trail about noon
• Approx 3pm: Arrive at Moose Lake Landing
• Depart for lodging in town on your own or begin the drive home

Additional Information
With two people per dogsled, the trip will take approximately three (3) hours depending on snow conditions over a scenic route. Upon arrival, we’ll set up camp, which includes a large, wood-stove heated wall tent will provide a communal “indoor” space for preparing and eating meals, socializing or simply relaxing. Participants will share a smaller nylon, mountaineering tent with one other person (2 people per tent) for sleeping and keeping personal gear. Extra-warm sleeping bags and pads will be provided.

A packing list will be sent out after participants register or by request in advance for review.

Lodging, meals and transportation
Participants will be responsible for their own pre/post-trip lodging, breakfast Friday morning prior to departure from Moose Lake Landing and all vehicle transportation. Dinner the first night and all meals on-trail once departed from Moose Lake Landing are provided through Sunday 3pm.

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